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2010 New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book
Blexbolex Enchanted Lion Books Trade Cloth US $19.95 CAN $23.00 978-1-59270-095-0 USC
2011 Young Adult Library Services Association Best Fiction for Young Adult Top Ten
Last Night I Sang to the Monster
Benjamin Alire Sáenz Cinco Puntos Press Trade Cloth US $16.95 CAN $18.50 978-1-933693-58-3 USC
2011 American Library Association Notable Children’s Book for Middle Readers
Native American Tales: A Graphic Collection Edited by Matt Dembicki Fulcrum Publishing Trade Paper US $22.95 978-1-55591-724-1 US
2011 American Library Association Notable Children’s Book for Middle Readers
A Choctaw Journey from Darkness into Light Tim Tingle Illustrated by Karen Clarkson Cinco Puntos Press Trade Cloth US $17.95 CAN $19.50 978-1-933693-67-5 USC
2010 National Parenting Publication Award
Art with Anything
52 Weeks of Fun Using Everyday Stuff MaryAnn F. Kohl Gryphon House Trade Paper US $19.95 978-0-87659-085-0 US
2011 Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choice for Picture Book
The Chicken Thief
Béatrice Rodriguez Enchanted Lion Books Trade Cloth US $14.95 CAN $17.50 978-1-59270-092-9 USC
Recent Award Winners and Finalists
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Biblioasis A Very Small Something
Illustrated by Alexander Griggs-Burr
Somewhere past the wrinkled maps, and under another sun, where favourite earrings ﬁnd new ears and missing marbles run, the hillsides made their marvelous shapes for a town called Covington— And a great pink factory as long as the breeze weighed truckfuls and truckfuls of bubblegum. Olivia Bezzlebee lives by the sea in a fantastic town with the world’s biggest bubblegum factory, where its citizens blow bubbles all day. But Olivia can’t blow a single one and feels as if everyone looks down on her. Leaving Covington to ﬁnd a place where she might belong, she learns the true meanings of family and home. A Very Small Something, beautifully illustrated by Alexander Griggs-Burr, is a story to which all children—and any tuned-in parent—will be able to relate. Blowing bubbles may indeed be a very small something . . . but when you are a small child and it’s the thing you most want to do, a bubble can mean the whole world. David Hickey is one of the leading young poets in Canada, and the author of two collections, including Open Air Bindery. He has tested his children’s poems in schools across the country for the last seven years. He is ﬁnishing a PhD at the University of Western in London, Ontario. Alexander Griggs-Burr illustrated the Ontario Library Association Red Maple– nominated Nieve in 2010. He lives and works in Stratford, Ontario.
Marketing Plans A poetic adventure story, fabulously illustrated, that teaches the true meaning of love and belonging.
Advance reader copies • National print campaign • Promotion through www.averysmallsomething.com Author Hometown: London, ON Illustrator Hometown: Stratford, ON
JUVENILE NONFICTION / POETRY October A Paperback Original 7½ x 7½ | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $8.95 978-1-926845-32-6 US Ages 3 and up
Selected Backlist from Biblioasis
JUVENILE FICTION 5¼ x 8¼ | 264 pp Trade Paper US $14.95 978-1-897231-87-6 US Ages 10 to 15
Anything But Hank
Illustrated by Eric Orchard
JUVENILE FICTION 8¼ x 10¼ | 50 pp Paper over Board US $19.95 978-1-897231-36-4 US Ages 2 to 8
Zachariah Wells and Rachel Lebowitz
Good Morning Comrades
Translated by Stephen Henighan
JUVENILE FICTION Biblioasis International Translation 5¾ x 8¾ | 128 pp Trade Paper US $15.95 978-1-897231-40-1 US Ages 10 to 15
Translated by Dawn Cornelio
JUVENILE FICTION Biblioasis International Translation 5½ x 8¼ | 216 pp Trade Paper US $18.95 978-1-897231-90-6 US Ages 10 to 15
Bilingual Readers is a brand new company that aims to provide bilingual books and other resources for multilingual families and communities. We believe that growing up with more than one language can be an enriching experience for children, parents, and teachers alike, and the great news is it can also be a lot of fun! Our catalog of bilingual books and activities is a constantly growing source of materials that will help parents to reinforce their children’s language skills and instill a love of reading in them from day one. Bilingual Readers is so much more than your average bilingual publisher. We work with cuttingedge authors and illustrators to create designer products with a unique style and ﬂair. We only use top quality materials with the highest safety standards. Simply put, each of our books is a small work of art. Yet our commitment to our readers does not end when our books are sold. Bilingual Readers is also a community of like-minded parents and educators. On our website (www.bilingualreaders. com), parents, teachers, and librarians will find the latest research on issues such as language acquisition, cultivating your child’s creativity through language, and much more. Our website also contains free mp3 audio ﬁles in Spanish and English for all of our books. We are constantly looking for new and diﬀerent ways to connect with our readers through our blog, social networking sites, and our monthly newsletters. Please take some time to explore our forthcoming titles and ﬁnd out for yourself what we’re all about.
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Bilingual Readers Easy Alphabet! / ¡Abecedario fácil!
Each alphabet ﬂashcard in this stunning box contains a beautifully illustrated letter on one side and an object representing that letter in both English and Spanish on the other side. Printed on thick, sturdy artboard, these cards are perfect for exploring little ﬁngers and developing minds. The cards can be used in a variety of ways to teach Spanish and English vocabulary, letter names, and sounds to younger children, as well as to reinforce reading and spelling skills in older children. A short guide for parents contains ideas for fun games such as: • “A” Is for Airplane: Show your child a letter card and ask him to name all of the words he can think of that begin with that letter. Use the illustrated object on the back of the card to get him started. • Letter Search: Spread out all of the letters on the ﬂoor and ask your child to ﬁnd the ﬁrst letter of his name or any other favorite words. The games increase in diﬃculty as children become more familiar with the alphabet, providing hours and hours of interactive fun. This eye-catching alphabet kit is a great way to introduce children to the alphabet and languages.
JUVENILE FICTION November 5⅛ x 5⅛ | 32 pp 54 color illustrations Kit US $19.95 | CAN $23.50 978-84-937273-0-7 USC Spanish bilingual Ages up to 5
Ana Gómez has a degree in ﬁne arts and graphic design, and she has worked in some of the most prestigious publicity agencies in Spain. Her quirky illustrations and clean designs are sure to make her a rising star.
These sturdy, beautifully designed bilingual alphabet cards are ideal for helping children develop early literacy skills in Spanish and English.
• National print campaign • Online/social media campaign
Bilingual Readers Two Little Libros Collection
Written and illustrated by Mike Lowery
Mike Lowery is an up-and-coming artist who teaches illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Georgia. He has worked as a freelance artist for clients such as Simon & Schuster, Bloomsbury, and Hallmark. He also has a three-yearold daughter, Allister, who was the inspiration for this collection.
Your Body is a delightful set of two beautifully illustrated (and washable!) board books about the human body in one sturdy slipcase. The ﬁrst book Body Parts identiﬁes the parts of the body and the second Move Your Body explores how our bodies work. Mike Lowery’s clever illustrations are adorable, and soft black cloth spines give these books a unique look and feel. Books are sold both individually and as a boxed set with slipcase.
Body Parts / Las partes del cuerpo
JUVENILE FICTION | February | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 16 pp | 16 color illustrations Board Book US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 | 978-84-937273-8-3 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Move Your Body / Mueve tu cuerpo
JUVENILE FICTION | February | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 16 pp | 16 color illustrations Board Book US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 | 978-84-937273-9-0 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Also Available as a boxed set!
Body Parts and Move Your Body / Las partes del cuerpo y Mueve tu cuerpo JUVENILE FICTION | February | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 32 pp Slipcased US $18.95 | CAN $22.00 | 978-84-937273-7-6 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Children love animals and what better way to learn about them than through these beautifully crafted (and washable!) board books? Mike Lowery is back, and this time his imaginative illustrations take us to the animal kingdom. Sea Animals and Jungle Animals introduce young children to the magical world under the sea and in the deepest, darkest jungle. Like the other titles in this collection, books are sold both individually and as a set with slipcase.
Sea Animals / Animales del mar
JUVENILE FICTION | November | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 16 pp | 16 color illustrations Board Book US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 | 978-84-937273-2-1 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Jungle Animals /Animales de la selva
JUVENILE FICTION | November | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 16 pp | 16 color illustrations Board Book US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 | 978-84-937273-1-4 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Also Available as a boxed set!
Sea Animals and Jungle Animals / Animales del mar y Animales de la selva JUVENILE FICTION | November | Two Little Libros | 7⅞ x 7⅞ | 32 pp Slipcased US $18.95 | CAN $22.00 | 978-84-937273-3-8 USC | Spanish bilingual Ages up to 4
Bilingual Readers Marina and the Little Green Boy / Marina y el niño verde
Illustrations by Miguel Ordóñez
Marina and the Little Green Boy is the ﬁrst title in a picture book series about a little girl who befriends an alien boy who suddenly appears in her attic. Together they explore Marina’s house and family life, as the little green boy makes one hilarious mistake after another in this new and diﬀerent world. Life with the little green boy takes a little getting used to, but by the end of the book he has somehow found his way into the hearts of everyone he meets. Imaginative illustrations by Miguel Ordóñez bring this hilarious story of friendship to life.
JUVENILE FICTION February Marina and the Little Green Boy Series 7⅛ x 7⅛ | 32 pp 32 color illustrations Trade Cloth US $11.95 | CAN $13.95 978-84-937273-4-5 USC Spanish bilingual Ages 4 to 8
This hilarious new bilingual series teaches children how being different can be a lot of fun.
National print campaign • Online/social media campaign, including book app
Let’s Eat! / ¡A comer!
This scrumptious box of thirty adorable food ﬂashcards teaches young children Spanish and English vocabulary and reasoning skills. It includes a guide for parents containing dozens of fun ideas for games such as: • What’s Cooking? Ask your child to help you cook a pretend meal. Let her choose the menu and discuss what ingredients you’ll need using the cards. • Name That Food: Spread the ﬂashcards out on the ﬂoor and describe one of the food items for your child to guess.
JUVENILE FICTION November 5⅛ x 5⅛ | 32 pp 30 color illustrations Kit US $19.95 | CAN $23.50 978-84-937273-6-9 USC Spanish bilingual Ages up to 5
Let’s Eat! is a fun, interactive tool to help children learn about food, nutrition, and languages from a very young age. Ana Gómez has a degree in ﬁne arts and graphic design. Her quirky illustrations and dear designs are sure to make her a rising star.
These sturdy, beautifully designed bilingual alphabet cards are ideal for helping children develop early literacy skills in Spanish and English.
National print campaign • Online/social media campaign
Cinco Puntos Press The Blood Lie
Shirley Reva Vernick
“Unfortunately, incidents like this aren’t relegated to the past. Blood libels happen today and will continue to happen—if we allow it!”—Ilan Stavans September 22, 1928, Massena, New York. Jack Pool’s sixteenth birthday. He’s been restless lately, especially during this season of more-times-at-thesynagogue than you can shake a stick at. If it wasn’t Rosh Hashanah, then it was Yom Kippur, and if it wasn’t Yom Kippur, it was the Sabbath. But temple’s good for some things. It gives him lots of time to daydream about a beautiful but inaccessible Gentile girl named Emaline. And if she isn’t on his mind, then he’s thinking about his music and imagining himself playing the cello with the New York Philharmonic. Yup, music is deﬁnitely his ticket out of this remote whistle-stop town—he doesn’t want to be stuck here one more minute. But he doesn’t realize exactly how stuck he is until Emaline’s little sister Daisy goes missing and he and his family are accused of killing her for a blood sacriﬁce. Shirley Reva Vernick’s interviews and feature articles have appeared in Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Ladies’ Home Journal, and national newspapers. She also runs a popular storytelling website, StoryBee, which is used in schools and libraries all over the world. Shirley grew up in the town where the blood libel happened, as did her father, whose family was directly victimized by it.
JUVENILE FICTION September 5½ x 8½ | 224 pp Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $18.50 978-1-933693-84-2 USC Ages 13 to 18 eBook ISBN: 978-1-935955-13-9 USC
Latent hostility against the Jews erupts in a blood lie when Daisy, a young Gentile girl, disappears in the woods. This debut novel focuses on a subject rarely addressed in Young Adult ﬁction.
Co-op available Advance reader copies • National print campaign
Amherst, MA • Boston, MA • Holyoke, MA • Northampton, MA • South Hadley, MA • Albany, NY Author Hometown: Amherst, MA
Cinco Puntos Press The Coyote Under the Table / El coyote debajo de la mesa
Folk Tales Told in Spanish and English
Illustrations by Antonio Castro L.
What happens when an old dog, sitting at the dinner table with his master, slides a whole leg of lamb, a big bowl of posole, a stack of tortillas, and a bottle of wine to a coyote, who just happens to be under the table? A whole ruckus, that’s what! But that’s nothing compared to some of the other wild and wonderful folktales gathered by author Joe Hayes in this bilingual edition of The Coyote Under the Table. Like his signature collection The Day It Snowed Tortillas, this book is full of lively characters and laugh-out-loud stories. There’s a trio of unsuitable suitors who court a clever young girl and end up being scared out of their wits one midnight in a haunted church. And a greedy man who learns his lesson on a day when he couldn’t stop dancing. And a spotted cat who is actually a guardian angel in disguise. Joe Hayes is a nationally recognized author and storyteller. Joe lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and travels extensively throughout the United States, visiting schools and storytelling festivals.
JUVENILE FICTION October A Paperback Original 6 x 9 | 144 pp B&W illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $12.95 | CAN $15.00 978-1-935955-06-1 USC Spanish bilingual Ages 7 to 12
Antonio Castro L. was born in Zacatecas, Mexico. He has illustrated dozens of children’s books including Barry, the Bravest Saint Bernard (Random House), The Life of Louis Pasteur (Twenty-First Century Books), and Joe Hayes’ Pájaro Verde (Cinco Puntos Press). He lives in El Paso, Texas.
Another classic collection of stories from the rich tradition of northern New Mexico, told by master storyteller Joe Hayes.
Advance reader copies • National print campaign Author Hometown: Santa Fe, NM Illustrator Hometown: El Paso, TX
Cinco Puntos Press The King of Things / El rey de las cosas
A Lotería Board Book
Written and illustrated by Artemio Rodriguez
“A wonderful and fun-ﬁlled introduction to language.”—Midwest Book Review Colorful, nostalgic woodcuts, inspired by traditional Mexican lotería cards, teach beginning readers simple words and concepts in English and Spanish. Born in Michoacán, Artemio Rodriguez is a woodcut artist known for his prints in Dagoberto Gilb’s Woodcuts of Women. In 2002 he founded La Mano Press in Los Angeles, California.
Little Lalo dances through an imagined kingdom of animals, clowns, suns, and moons.
JUVENILE FICTION November 5¼ x 7⅛ | 26 pp Color illustrations throughout Paper over Board US $6.95 | CAN $8.00 978-1-935955-08-5 USC Ages 3 to 6
Author Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Cinco Puntos Press Last Night I Sang to the Monster
First Trade Paper Edition
Benjamin Alire Sáenz
“A poignant, heartfelt journey. . . . An unforgettable young man.”—The Horn Book Last Night I Sang to the Monster was named as one of the Top Ten Best Fiction Young Adult Books in 2010 by the American Library Association. A ﬁnalist for the PEN USA Literary Award, this rare YA novel sensitively captures the angst of a teenage alcoholic in rehab.
JUVENILE FICTION January 6 x 9 | 304 pp Trade Paper US $11.95 | CAN $13.95 978-1-935955-09-2 USC Ages 16 and up Previous edition ISBN: 978-1-933693-58-3
Benjamin Alire Sáenz has been awarded a Wallace Stegner Fellowship, a Lannan Poetry Fellowship, and an American Book Award.
Some people have dogs. Not me. I have a therapist. I’d rather have a dog.
Author Hometown: El Paso, TX
The Dog Who Loved Tortillas
La perrita que le encantaban las tortillas First Trade Paper Edition
Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Illustrations by Geronimo Garcia
“A universal message with a Latino ﬂavor.”—Kirkus Reviews Diego and his sister Gabriela argue over their new dog Soﬁe. But it’s only when Soﬁe gets sick that they ﬁnd out who their tortilla-loving pup really belongs to. Benjamin Alire Sáenz and Geronimo Garcia previously collaborated on A Gift for Papa Diego—sixty thousand in print. Sáenz has been awarded a Wallace Stegner Fellowship, a Lannan Poetry Fellowship, and an American Book Award.
JUVENILE FICTION March 10 x 8 | 40 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $8.95 | CAN $10.50 978-1-933693-66-8 USC Spanish bilingual Ages 7 to 12 Previous edition ISBN: 978-1-933693-54-5
Taking care of a new puppy isn’t as easy as Diego and Gabriela imagined.
Author Hometown: El Paso, TX / Illustrator Hometown: El Paso, TX
Enchanted Lion Books Rooster’s Revenge
A seafaring adventure! A storm! Giant turtles! Glowing slugs! A tale of excitement and surprise, Rooster’s Revenge, which follows both the acclaimed book The Chicken Thief and Fox and Hen Together, is sure to delight! Together with Bear and Rabbit, the disappointed Rooster is making his way home over the sea when a terriﬁc storm hits. After running aground in the storm, the trio ﬁnds themselves in a strange cave. Rooster notices a mysterious glowing ball. What kind of a ball is it? Will it lead them to safety or to more trouble? And will the friends ever ﬁnd their way home? This richly funny illustrated oﬀering from Béatrice Rodriguez is full of enchantment. It’s also a surprising guide to mending a broken heart. Rooster’s Revenge is the third title in our Fox and Hen series and the fourth in our Stories Without Words series. Look out for our next wordless book, The Big Seed by Arthur Geisert, in spring 2012. Béatrice Rodriguez is the author of The Chicken Thief (2010), which was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year and a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, as well as an independent bookseller favorite. Born in 1969, Béatrice received her degree from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. She lives in France with her family.
Marked by ﬁne drawing, drama, humor, and sensitivity, this is the must-read ﬁnal book in the Fox and Hen Trilogy.
JUVENILE FICTION September Stories Without Words 10⅛ x 5⅞ | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $14.95 | CAN $17.50 978-1-59270-112-4 USC Ages 3 and up
10,000-copy print run Co-op available Advance reader copies available at BEA • IndieBound Advance Access Promotion • Promotion through the author’s website
The Chicken Thief Béatrice Rodriguez JUVENILE FICTION Stories Without Words 10 x 6 | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $14.95 | CAN $17.50 978-1-59270-092-9 USC Ages 3 and up Fox and Hen Together Béatrice Rodriguez JUVENILE FICTION Stories Without Words 10⅛ x 5⅞ | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $14.95 | CAN $17.95 978-1-59270-109-4 USC Ages 3 and up
Enchanted Lion Books People
Praise for Blexbolex’s Seasons: “This thick volume is both beautiful and intriguing—artist’s portfolio, concept book, and word book rolled into one.”—The Horn Book Magazine Mother and father, dancers and warriors, gardener and farmer, hypnotist and genie. . . . All sorts of people appear in People, linked together in ways that begin to emerge page after page. Real, mythic, and imaginary types inhabit this extraordinary, gorgeously rendered world, referring to each other through form and function. Like Blexbolex’s earlier book Seasons, this is a conceptual book, where the connections between the images are both clear and subtle. Stunningly illustrated with retro-looking silkscreened images, People is a sumptuously produced volume, with a lavishly illustrated jacket that folds out into a poster. The manner of the realization and the quality of the book are so strong that People (as did Seasons) serves to reminds us once again what a book can be at its very best.
Seasons was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2010 and a Best Book of the Year for School Library Journal.
JUVENILE NONFICTION / ART September 7 x 9½ | 208 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $19.95 | CAN $23.50 978-1-59270-110-0 USC
Blexbolex lives in Leipzig, Germany. He is an enormously talented silkscreen artist who has large followings in the worlds of comics, art, and children’s books. His book Seasons was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2010 and his book People won the Golden Letter Award in 2009 for Best Book Design throughout the world.
Winner of the Golden Letter Award for Best Book Design from all over the world, People is gorgeous and compelling!
Co-op available Advance reader copies available at BEA • Indie Bound Advance Access Promotion
Seasons Blexbolex JUVENILE NONFICTION 7¾ x 10¼ | 180 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $19.95 | CAN $23.00 978-1-59270-095-0 USC Ages 3 and up
Enchanted Lion Books Pomelo Begins to Grow
Ramona Badescu and Benjamin Chaud
What happens as a little one begins to grow? Do parts of the body grow unequally? If the outside grows, does that mean the inside is changing too? Children love it when they begin to grow! But they also have questions and maybe even worry a little too. Pomelo Begins to Grow explores this rich material with playfulness and humor, without undercutting the importance of the questions. Ramona Badescu was born in Romania in 1980. She arrived in France at eleven and started to write for children at twenty-one. A busy, proliﬁc writer, she currently lives in the wonderful city of Marseilles, France. Benjamin Chaud has illustrated an impressive number of picture books and has written at least one as well.
JUVENILE FICTION September 9 x 12½ | 48 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $19.95 978-1-59270-111-7 USC Ages 3 to 7
Co-op available • Advance reader copies available at BEA • Indie Bound Advance Access Promotion
Children will delight in the adorable Pomelo and in this whimsical tale about the joys and terrors of growing up.
Fish On A Walk
A beautifully illustrated picture book, Fish On A Walk has no text other than two thematic words at the bottom of each spread. This unusual format suggests ideas that are central to each illustration without telling the story, thereby encouraging children to imagine and invent their own. A perfect circle time book, Fish On A Walk invites children to giggle together and share their elaborations. Packed with many small details, this book is perfectly suited to young picture book explorers who tend to zero in on just that! Eva Muggenthaler was born in 1971 in Fürth, Germany, and studied illustration and graphic design at the College of Design in Hamburg. She is one of Germany’s most popular illustrators. Eva has been nominated for the German Youth Literature Prize for two of her many picture books. She lives in Schwabstedt, Germany, with her family.
JUVENILE FICTION January 8½ x 10½ | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $19.95 978-1-59270-116-2 USC Ages 3 to 7
Co-op available • Indie Bound Advance Access Promotion
Twelve illustrations by an award-winning artist invite children and adults to give free reign to their imaginations and invent their own stories.
Enchanted Lion Books Kangaroo for Christmas
The day before Christmas, Kathryn’s present from Uncle Dingo arrives in a big box. Naturally, it’s a lively kangaroo. Kathryn can’t wait to show grandma, so she hops onto Adelaide’s back and oﬀ they go! But getting to Grandma’s proves more diﬃcult than expected. Honking horns and screeching breaks frighten Adelaide into taking oﬀ on her own. In good James Flora fashion, chaos and pure silliness ensue. When Kathryn and Adelaide ﬁnally arrive at Grandma’s house, a very cool and collected Grandma sees there’s nothing to be done but to get them home as swiftly as possible. A rumpus of a read, Kangaroo for Christmas is a merry Christmas tall tale full of witty illustrations that are sure to draw laughs and hoots of pleasure. James Flora (1914–1998) was a famous commercial artist from the 1940s through the 1980s. He wrote and illustrated seventeen picture books. This is the second Flora title to be brought back into print by Enchanted Lion Books. The ﬁrst, published in 2010, was the 1957 book The Day the Cow Sneezed.
JUVENILE FICTION October 8⅓ x 11⅛ | 40 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $16.95 | CAN $19.95 978-1-59270-113-1 USC Ages 4 to 8
Here James Flora tells a merry Christmas tall tale that is full of delightful wackiness and surprise.
Co-op available Advance reader copies • Bookseller promotions: T-shirt giveaway at BEA
The Day the Cow Sneezed James Flora JUVENILE FICTION 8½ x 11⅛ | 48 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $20.50 978-1-59270-097-4 USC Ages 4 to 8
Fulcrum Publishing Parks for the People
The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted
When Frederick Law Olmsted entered a contest to design the nation’s ﬁrst city park, his winning design became New York’s Central Park and forever changed our nation’s cities. Using historic photographs and a school resource section, award-winning children’s author Julie Dunlap brings Olmsted to life in this biography of the United States’ ﬁrst landscape architect. Julie Dunlap is a freelance writer and researcher. Dunlap’s books have been honored with a Teachers’ Choice Award from Learning magazine, a Parents’ Choice recommended selection, and a Junior Library Guild selection, among others.
JUVENILE NONFICTION October Conservation Adventurers 7 x 9 | 72 pp B&W photographs throughout Trade Paper US $12.95 978-1-55591-470-7 US Ages 8 to 12
Author Hometown: Columbia, MD
A fun and engaging biography showcasing the works of the ﬁrst landscape architect in the United States.
Things Natural, Wild, and Free
The Life of Aldo Leopold
As a child, Aldo Leopold was always looking for adventures in nature. This led Leopold to become a forester, wildlife scientist, author, and ultimately one of the most well-known conservationists in American history. Award-winning author Marybeth Lorbiecki brings Leopold to life in this biography enhanced with historic photographs and a school resource section. Marybeth Lorbiecki is the author of more than twenty-ﬁve books for children and adults, and she teaches upper-level college writing and children’s literature as an adjunct university professor. Her adult biography Aldo Leopold: A Fierce Green Fire earned a Minnesota Book Award.
JUVENILE NONFICTION October Conservation Adventurers 7 x 9 | 72 pp B&W photographs throughout Trade Paper US $12.95 978-1-55591-474-5 US Ages 8 to 12
Author Hometown: Hudson, WI
A biography in story form following the life of one of the most well-known conservationists in American history.
Selected Backlist from Fulcrum Publishing
Native American Tales: A Graphic Collection Edited by Matt Dembicki
COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / JUVENILE FICTION 8 x 8 | 232 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $22.95 978-1-55591-724-1 US Ages 8 and up
Tales from Native North America Joseph Bruchac
JUVENILE FICTION 6 x 9 | 128 pp Trade Paper US $12.95 978-1-55591-693-0 US Ages 8 to 14
Flying with the Eagle, Racing the Great Bear
Walking with Henry
The Life and Works of Henry David Thoreau Thomas Locker
JUVENILE NONFICTION 11 x 8½ | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $9.95 978-1-55591-016-7 US Trade Cloth US $17.95 978-1-55591-355-7 US Ages 4 to 10
Native American Games and Stories
Illustrated by Kayeri Akweks
JUVENILE FICTION 7 x 9 | 96 pp Color photographs and illlustrations throughout Trade Paper US $12.95 978-1-55591-979-5 US Ages 8 and up
James Bruchac and Joseph Bruchac
America’s Naturalist Thomas Locker
JUVENILE NONFICTION 8⅞ x 11⅛ | 32 pages Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $17.95 978-1-55591-393-9 US Ages 8 to 12
Illustrated by Marjorie Leggitt
JUVENILE FICTION 7 x 9 | 96 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $9.95 978-1-55591-568-1 US Ages 8 to 12
Eye of the Grizzly Mike Graf
Haymarket Books 101 Changemakers
Rebels and Radicals Who Changed U.S. History
In the great tradition of Howard Zinn, 101 Real Changemakers oﬀers a “peoples’ history” version of the individuals who have shaped our country for middle school students. In the place of founding fathers, presidents, and titans of industry, are proﬁles of those who courageously fought for social justice in America: Tecumseh, Harriet Tubman, Mark Twain, César Chávez, Rachel Carson, Harvey Milk, Henry Wallace, and many more. Michele Bollinger lives in Washington, DC, with her two children and husband, sportwriter Dave Zirin. She teaches high school social studies.
JUVENILE NONFICTION March A Paperback Original 8½ x 11 | 210 pp 101 B&W photographs throughout Trade Paper US $19.95 | CAN $23.50 978-1-60846-156-1 USCO* Ages 9 to 14
Author Hometown: Washington, DC
101 proﬁles of social justice leaders that changed the world, made accessible for students in grades 5–9.
Red Sky in the Morning
“Quite simply, a wonderfully moving story about the power of love.” —Times Educational Supplement “A wry first-person narrative. . . . Discussion of handicaps, death and bereavement, and religious belief are carefully integrated into the story.” —School Library Journal Twelve-year-old Anna is looking forward to the birth of her baby brother. Ben arrives, but is disabled. Anna loves him immensely but she ﬁnds herself unable to admit the truth about Ben to her friends. Eventually the truth gets out and leads not to the ridicule Anna expected, but to sympathy and understanding. Elizabeth Laird’s award-winning young adult novels include A Little Piece of Ground and Crusade.
JUVENILE FICTION February A Paperback Original 5⅛ x 7⅝ | 192 pp Trade Paper US $12.95 978-1-60846-153-0 US Ages 9 to 15
A moving narrative about a young girl’s experience with disability, loss, and the power of unconditional love.
Selected Backlist from Haymarket Books
Elizabeth Laird with Sonia Nimr
JUVENILE FICTION 5½ x 7¾ | 240 pp Trade Paper US $9.95 978-1-931859-38-7 USO* Ages 9 to 12
A Little Piece of Ground
Oranges in No Man’s Land
JUVENILE FICTION 5 x 7 | 128 pp Trade Paper US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 978-1-931859-56-1 USCO* Ages 7 to 10
IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq
JUVENILE NONFICTION 5¼ x 7⅞ | 208 pp Trade Paper US $13.00 | CAN $14.00 978-1-931859-73-8 USCO
Immedium Sora and the Cloud
A growing boy enjoys the ultimate daydream—to soar like a cloud! Once a crawling baby, now Sora can climb a tree. There a friendly cloud awaits! Birds, kites, and ﬁreworks whirl by as these friends share an adventure in the sky. This wonderful flight of fancy encourages children’s journeys of selfdiscovery, familial awareness, and cultural exchange, with colorfully expressive illustrations and bilingual Japanese translation. Felicia Hoshino draws for Cricket, Cicada, and Ladybug magazines. Her A Place Where Sunﬂowers Grow won the 2007 Jane Addams Children’s Book Award, 2007 International Reading Association “Notable,” and San Francisco Chronicle’s Best Books of 2006.
JUVENILE FICTION October 10 x 8 | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $18.50 978-1-59702-027-5 USC Japanese bilingual Ages 3 to 8
Los Angeles, CA • San Francisco, CA Author Hometown: San Francisco, CA
“The Red Balloon” meets Hayao Miyazaki! This ﬂight of fancy inspires children’s wonderful imaginations.
The Year of the Dragon
Tales from the Chinese Zodiac
Illustrated by Jennifer Wood
Named a Favorite Chinese New Year Book for Kids by China Sprout. “A tale of friendship, bravery, and why sometimes it’s good to be just a little diﬀerent, Rosie [Year of the Rabbit] will hop her way right into your heart.” —Tokyo Bunnie 2011 is the year of the dragon! Dominic’s parents advise the kingdom’s Emperor and have high expectations for this high-ﬂying dragon. However, when the boy Bo and the other zodiac animals want to learn paddle boat racing, will Dom sink or swim with them? Find out in the seventh book in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac series. New series illustrator Jennifer Wood is an animator on Nickelodeon TV’s T.U.F.F. Puppy.
Los Angeles, CA • San Francisco, CA Author Hometown: San Francisco, CA / Illustrator Hometown: Glendale, CA
JUVENILE FICTION January Tales from the Chinese Zodiac 9½ x 10 | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $18.50 978-1-59702-028-2 USC Ages 3 to 8
2011 is the Year of the Dragon! How to Train Your Dragon meets the Chinese New Year.
Selected Backlist from Immedium
Billie the Unicorn
JUVENILE FICTION 8½ x 10½ | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $19.50 978-1-59702-024-4 USC Ages 4 to 8
and the Search for the Perfect Job David Derrick
JUVENILE FICTION 11 x 8 | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $18.50 978-1-59702-021-3 USC Ages 4 to 8
Sid the Squid
& the Sea of Shade Meomi
JUVENILE FICTION / ART 11 x 8 | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $19.50 978-1-59702-010-7 USC Ages 4 to 8
Illustrated by Charlene Chua
JUVENILE FICTION / SPORTS & RECREATION 8½ x 10½ | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $19.50 978-1-59702-009-1 USC Ages 4 to 8
The Kung Fu Chronicles Oliver Chin
Julie Black Belt
Timmy and Tammy’s Train of Thought
Illustrated by Heath McPherson
JUVENILE FICTION / TRANSPORTATION 11 x 8 | 36 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $15.95 | CAN $19.50 978-1-59702-008-4 USC Ages 4 to 8
The Adventures of WonderBaby
Illustrated by Joe Chiodo
JUVENILE FICTION 7 x 7 | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Board Book US $8.95 | CAN $11.00 978-1-59702-001-5 USC Ages 1 to 5
From A to Z Oliver Chin
Kube Publishing Ltd A Picnic of Poems
In Allah’s Green Garden
“Dawud’s latest book A Picnic of Poems is another masterpiece of poetry that captures the essence of every child’s hopes, dreams, and fears, in the most colorful and imaginative way. It is a delectable treat for the whole family, ﬁlled with beautiful illustrations. Every part has a wonderful lesson to draw from and will provide all, young and old, with great guidance for generations to come.”—Zain Bhikha, South African singer/songwriter “A Picnic of Poems” I’ve packed some poems for lunch, some rhymes for us to chew, a simple, sippy, soup of songs, to stir and sing and stew. Like all good meals to munch, it would be very rude not to begin with bismillah, to bless our poetry food. This is a collection of thirty poems to keep the young and young-at-heart entertained for hours. These poems cover a number of topics including motherhood, daily prayer, baby siblings, life on a farm, the animal kingdom, bullying, mosques, Ramadan, appreciating nature, and more. The book comes with an audio CD to sing along to these joyful yet educational poems. Canadian-born Dawud Wharnsby began writing poetry, composing music, and performing in his teens. Since then he has become a voice for socially conscious and spiritually minded individuals in the twenty-ﬁrst century.
A dazzling collection of thirty poems to keep the young and young-at-heart occupied for hours!
JUVENILE NONFICTION January The Islamic Foundation 8½ x 12 | 44 pp 30 color illustrations Trade Cloth & CD US $22.95 | CAN $26.95 978-0-86037-444-2 USC Ages 5 and up
Advance reader copies • Promotion through www.enterintopeace.com
Dallas, TX Author Hometown: Kitchener, ON
Kube Publishing Ltd The Hijab Boutique
Farah enjoyed her private girls’ school and fun with her friends. Then an assignment meant she had to talk about her mother for “International Woman’s Day” in front of the whole class. Compared to her friends’ glamorous actress, make-up artist, and tap-dancing mothers, what can her modest mother possibly have that is worth sharing with her classmates? To Farah’s surprise, her mother was quite the businesswoman before putting her career on hold to care for her daughter. Michelle Khan is an award-winning Indian Canadian writer. She started her career at a University of Toronto student paper, and eventually her words hit daily newspaper pages. For six years, Michelle wrote an internationally syndicated youth advice column. Michelle lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her parents and younger sister. This is her ﬁrst chapter book for kids.
International Woman’s Day brings a dilemma for Farah! Is her mother interesting enough to write an assignment about?
JUVENILE FICTION September A Paperback Original The Islamic Foundation 6 x 8¼ | 56 pp B&W illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $7.95 | CAN $9.50 978-0-86037-468-8 USC Ages 8 and up
Advance reader copies
Toronto, ON Author Hometown: Toronto, ON
Leapfrog Press Riding on Duke’s Train
“Duke used to say that the individual sound of a musician revealed his soul. Mick Carlon is a ‘soul’ storyteller.”—Nat Hentoﬀ, author of Jazz Country “A ripping good yarn. . . . Plunges the reader into the world of Duke Ellington and the America of 1939.”—Brian Morton, author of The Penguin Guide to Jazz “Wonderfully convincing and authentic characterizations. . . . A thoroughly enjoyable read.”—Dan Morgenstern, author of Living with Jazz “We encounter not only Duke’s genius, but his character and humanity. This is one train you won’t want to get oﬀ!”—Dick Golden, radio host “When this marvelously evocative novel ﬁnds a home in the school curriculum, kids across America will be downloading Duke.”—Jack Bradley “Excellent command of voice, period, and ethnic dialect . . . clear love and in-depth knowledge of Ellington and his band.”—Alexandria LaFaye, author of The Keening Nine-year-old Danny stows away on Duke Ellington’s train one Georgia night. Through Danny’s eyes, we meet some of America’s ﬁnest musicians as he accompanies them on their 1939 European tour, when the train was brieﬂy held in Germany. Says Nat Hentoﬀ, “I knew Duke Ellington for twenty-ﬁve years. The Ellington in this book is the man I knew.” Mick Carlon is a twenty-seven-year veteran English/journalism high- and middle-school teacher. A lifelong jazz fan, he regularly plays jazz in his classroom and has turned hundreds of students into jazz fans. He says, “If young people are simply exposed to the music and stories of these American artists, they will make a friend for life.”
• • • • • JUVENILE FICTION January A Paperback Original LeapKids 5¼ x 7¾ | 160 pp Trade Paper US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 978-1-935248-06-4 USC Ages 6 to 12 eBook ISBN: 978-1-935248-22-4 USC
Co-op available Advance reader copies National radio campaign National print campaign Online/social media campaign Promotion through www.leapfrogpress.com Invited appearances: Duke Ellington School for the Arts, Washington, DC; Duke Ellington Society in Manhattan, NY • Outreach to jazz, African American, and educational publications and websites
Hitch a ride with Duke Ellington and his band as they play their music across America and Europe in 1939.
Bridgeport, CT • Washington, DC • Tallahassee, FL • Boston, MA • Cape Cod, MA • Dartmouth, MA • Martha’s Vineyard, MA • New York, NY • Providence, RI Author Hometown: Centerville, MA
Selected Backlist from Leapfrog Press
Billy and the Birdfrogs
JUVENILE FICTION 5¼ x 7¾ | 178 pp 11 B&W illustrations Trade Paper US $9.95 | CAN $10.95 978-0-9815148-2-6 USC Ages 8 to 12
JUVENILE FICTION 5¼ x 7¾ | 152 pp 7 B&W illustrations Trade Paper US $9.95 | CAN $11.50 978-0-9815148-9-5 USC Ages 8 to 12
The Last Notebook of Leonardo
JUVENILE FICTION 5¼ x 7¾ | 154 pp B&W illustrations throughout Trade Paper US $9.95 | CAN $12.00 978-1-935248-14-9 USC Ages 8 to 12
Small Beer Press The Freedom Maze
Thirteen-year-old Sophie isn’t happy about spending summer at her grandmother’s old house in the Bayou. But the house has a maze Sophie can’t resist exploring once she ﬁnds it has a secretive and playful inhabitant. When she makes an impulsive wish, she slips one hundred years into the past, to the year 1860. Once she makes her way, bedraggled and tanned, to what will one day be her grandmother’s house, she is taken for a slave. Delia Sherman is the author of two middle grade novels, Changeling (selected for the Sunshine State Young Reader’s Award Program) and The Magic Mirror of the Mermaid Queen. Her short stories for younger readers have appeared in numerous anthologies including The Faery Reel, Firebirds, Troll’s Eye View, and A Wolf at the Door. She is also the author of a number of novels for adults. Delia lives in New York, and is available to give readings, school and library visits, and teach workshops.
In 1960, thirteen-year-old Sophie slips through a maze into nineteenth century Louisiana and ﬁnds nothing is as she expected.
JUVENILE FICTION November Big Mouth House 5½ x 8½ | 258 pp Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $19.95 978-1-931520-30-0 W Ages 10 and up eBook ISBN: 978-1-931520-40-9 W
10,000-copy print run Co-op available Advance reader copies available at BEA, ALA, NEIBA • Promotion through www.deliasherman.com
San Diego, CA • Boston, MA • Northampton, MA • New York, NY • Cleveland, OH Author Hometown: New York, NY
Selected Backlist from Small Beer Press
The Fires Beneath the Sea
a novel Lydia Millet
JUVENILE FICTION 5½ x 7½ | 256 pp Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $20.50 978-1-931520-71-3 W Ages 9 to 12
The Poison Eaters
and Other Stories Holly Black
JUVENILE FICTION 5½ x 8½ | 256 pp Trade Cloth US $17.99 | CAN $19.99 978-1-931520-63-8 W Ages 14 and up
The Complete Armitage Family Stories Joan Aiken
JUVENILE FICTION 5⅞ x 8⅞ | 320 pp Trade Cloth US $20.00 | CAN $20.00 978-1-931520-57-7 W Ages 10 and up
The Serial Garden
JUVENILE FICTION 5½ x 8¼ | 242 pp Trade Paper US $16.00 | CAN $19.50 978-1-931520-03-4 W Ages 14 and up
JUVENILE FICTION 5½ x 7 | 144 pp Trade Paper US $12.00 | CAN $14.50 978-1-931520-14-0 W Ages 12 and up
Umbrage Editions Horace’s Big Hat
What did you want to be when you grew up? Colorful and fun, this charming book introduces children to a range of professions, each of which Horace tries his hand at in a special big hat—be it a red ﬁreman’s helmet, giant baker’s hat, purple circus top hat, or an artist’s beret. Whimsical illustrations bring young readers into Horace’s world of imagination. Great for children who are learning to read. Judy Palaferro’s stylized illustrations have their roots in both her teenage admiration for rock and roll album covers and the 1980s New York art scene. Palaferro has worked as a print and web designer and as a book buyer in a Colorado toy store, where she began developing artistically with inspiration from Arthur Ransome, Roald Dahl, and teddy bears. Upon returning to New York, Palaferro’s fascination with illustration ﬂourished for eight years while she worked as a children’s graphic artist and textile designer in the fashion industry. Horace’s Big Hat displays her beautiful sense of bright and pleasing aesthetics and her love for imagination and children’s art. Her ﬁrst book, Color Bears, was published by Umbrage Editions in 2010.
Join Horace in the excitement (and fun) of trying on different identities— from turban to top hat!
JUVENILE FICTION October 8½ x 11 | 32 pp Color illustrations throughout Trade Cloth US $16.95 | CAN $19.95 978-1-884167-30-0 USC Ages 4 to 6
Washington, DC • New York, NY Author Hometown: New York, NY
Selected Backlist from Umbrage Editions
JUVENILE FICTION 6 x 6 | 26 pp 28 color illustrations Board Book US $8.50 | CAN $9.95 978-1-884167-98-0 USC Ages up to 3
JUVENILE NONFICTION 8 x 10½ | 40 pp 41 color illustrations Trade Cloth US $17.95 | CAN $22.00 978-1-884167-71-3 USC Ages 3 to 8
Photographs by Robin Bowman
Afterword by Robert Coles
PHOTOGRAPHY 9½ x 11⅜ | 160 pp 414 B&W photographs Trade Cloth US $40.00 | CAN $48.00 978-1-884167-69-0 USC Ages 12 and up
It’s Complicated: The American Teenager
PHOTOGRAPHY / NATURE 7½ x 8¾ | 80 pp 40 color photographs Trade Cloth US $15.00 | CAN $15.00 978-1-884167-97-3 USC Ages 2 to 8
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The Gryphon Press
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Consortium Distributed Children’s and Young Adult Publishers Fall / Winter 2011–2012
101 Changemakers, 17
Jungle Animals /Animales de la selva, 5
Red Sky in the Morning, 17 Riding on Duke’s Train, 23 Rooster’s Revenge, 11
The Blood Lie, 7 Body Parts / Las partes del cuerpo, 5 Body Parts and Move Your Body / Las partes del cuerpo y Mueve tu cuerpo, 5
Kangaroo for Christmas, 14 The King of Things/El Rey de las Cosas, 9
Sea Animals / Animales del mar, 5 Sea Animals and Jungle Animals / Animales del mar y Animales de la selva, 5 Sora and the Cloud, 19
The Coyote Under the Table, 8
Last Night I Sang to the Monster, 10 Let’s Eat! / ¡A comer! 6
The Dog Who Loved Tortillas, 10
Marina and the Little Green Boy / Marina y el niño verde, 6 Move Your Body / Mueve tu cuerpo, 5
Things Natural, Wild, and Free, 15
Easy Alphabet! / ¡Abecedario fácil! 4
A Very Small Something, 1
Fish On A Walk, 13 The Freedom Maze, 25
Parks for the People, 15 People, 12 A Picnic of Poems, 21 Pomelo Begins to Grow, 13
The Year of the Dragon, 19
The Hijab Boutique, 22 Horace’s Big Hat, 27
Index by Title
The Blood Lie, 7 Body Parts / Las partes del cuerpo, 5 Body Parts and Move Your Body / Las partes del cuerpo y Mueve tu cuerpo, 5 The Coyote Under the Table, 8 Easy Alphabet! / ¡Abecedario fácil! 4 The Dog Who Loved Tortillas, 10 Fish On A Walk, 13 The Freedom Maze, 25 The Hijab Boutique, 22 Horace’s Big Hat, 27 Jungle Animals /Animales de la selva, 5 Kangaroo for Christmas, 14
The King of Things/El Rey de las Cosas, 9 Last Night I Sang to the Monster, 10 Let’s Eat! / ¡A comer! 6 Marina and the Little Green Boy / Marina y el niño verde, 6 Move Your Body / Mueve tu cuerpo, 5 Pomelo Begins to Grow, 13 Red Sky in the Morning, 17 Riding on Duke’s Train, 23 Rooster’s Revenge, 11 Sea Animals / Animales del mar, 5 Sea Animals and Jungle Animals / Animales del mar y Animales de la selva, 5
Sora and the Cloud, 19 The Year of the Dragon, 19
101 Changemakers, 17 Parks for the People, 15 People, 12 A Picnic of Poems, 21 Things Natural, Wild, and Free, 15 A Very Small Something, 1
Index by Subject
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